Joe Frazier Record & Stats

Joe Frazier Record & Stats

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Joe Frazier (Smokin' Joe Frazier) was an American professional boxer. He was born in Beaufort, South Carolina, U.S. on January 12, 1944. Frazier made his professional boxing debut at the age of 21 against Woody Goss on August 16, 1965. He was a heavyweight world champion. He died on November 7, 2011 at the age of 67 years. Frazier is a Hall of Famer.

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Beaufort, South Carolina, U.S.
“Smokin' Joe Frazier”
Born
Jan 12, 1944
Died
Nov 7, 2011 (67 years)
Debut
Aug 16, 1965
Record
32-4-1
Rounds
212
KO Pct
73%
Height
182 cm
Reach
185 cm
Ape Index
3 cm
Stance
Orthodox
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Joe Frazier's boxing record and stats summarized in an infographic
Joe Frazier's record and stats summarized in an infographic

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      Joe Frazier Record

      In a career spanning 16 years and 3 months, Joe Frazier fought 37 times with 32 wins, 4 losses, and 1 draw. By his last professional fight on December 3, 1981, Frazier's record stood at 32-4-1 (27 KOs). In total, he fought 212 rounds of professional boxing in 37 bouts.

      Total Fights37
      Wins32
      Losses4
      Draws1
      No-Contests0
      KO Wins27
      Total Title Wins4
      Title Defenses9
      Title-Fight KO Wins8
      Losses via KO3
      #DateAgeOpponentResultVia
      37Dec 3, 198137Floyd CummingsDrawMD
      36Jun 15, 197632 George ForemanLossTKO5
      35Oct 1, 197531 Muhammad Ali LossRTD14
      34Mar 2, 197531 Jimmy EllisWinTKO9
      33Jun 17, 197430 Jerry QuarryWinTKO5
      32Jan 28, 197430 Muhammad AliLossUD
      31Jul 2, 197329 Joe BugnerWinPTS
      30Jan 22, 197329 George Foreman LossTKO2
      29May 25, 197228Ron Stander WinRTD4
      28Jan 15, 197228Terry Daniels WinTKO4
      27Mar 8, 197127 Muhammad Ali WinUD
      26Nov 18, 197026 Bob Foster WinKO2
      25Feb 16, 197026 Jimmy Ellis WinRTD4
      24Jun 23, 196925 Jerry Quarry WinRTD7
      23Apr 22, 196925Dave Zyglewicz WinKO1
      22Dec 10, 196824 Oscar Bonavena WinUD
      21Jun 24, 196824Manuel Ramos WinTKO2
      20Mar 4, 196824Buster Mathis WinTKO11
      19Dec 18, 196723Marion ConnorWinTKO3
      18Oct 17, 196723Tony DoyleWinTKO2
      17Jul 19, 196723 George ChuvaloWinTKO4
      16May 4, 196723George JohnsonWinUD
      15Apr 11, 196723Jefferson DavisWinTKO5
      14Feb 21, 196723Doug JonesWinKO6
      13Nov 21, 196622Eddie MachenWinTKO10
      12Sep 21, 196622 Oscar BonavenaWinSD
      11Jul 25, 196622Billy DanielsWinRTD6
      10May 26, 196622Al JonesWinKO1
      9May 19, 196622Chuck LeslieWinKO3
      8Apr 28, 196622Don SmithWinKO3
      7Apr 4, 196622Charley PoliteWinTKO2
      6Mar 4, 196622Dick WippermanWinTKO5
      5Jan 17, 196622Mel TurnbowWinKO1
      4Nov 11, 196521Abe DavisWinKO1
      3Sep 28, 196521Ray StaplesWinTKO2
      2Sep 20, 196521Mike BruceWinTKO3
      1Aug 16, 196521Woody GossWinTKO1

      Joe Frazier Stats

      Joe Frazier was 182 cm tall (5' 11.65") with a reach of 185 cm (6' 0.83"). He used to fight out of the orthodox stance and presented an ape-index of 3 cm (1.18"). Frazier had a 81.1% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Joe Frazier was active from from 1965 to 1981. He started boxing professionally at 21 years of age; Frazier debuted against Woody Goss on August 16, 1965, and defeated Goss via 1st round TKO.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 24 on March 4, 1968 after 19 professional fights against Buster Mathis for the heavyweight NYSAC (vacant) title. Frazier defeated Mathis via 11th round TKO to become the new heavyweight champion of the world.

      Frazier's notable victories include wins over Bob Foster, Muhammad Ali, Jimmy Ellis, George Chuvalo, Jerry Quarry, and Joe Bugner. For a complete list of Frazier's best performances refer to Joe Frazier's best fights.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Floyd Cummings at 37 years of age, on December 3, 1981. The fight ended in a 10 round majority decision draw.

      Frazier was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 1990.

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